Predecessor Company definition

Predecessor Company means an entity whose ownership, title and interest, including all rights, benefits, duties and liabilities were acquired in an uninterrupted chain of succession by the company.
Predecessor Company means Crown Castle International Corp., a Delaware corporation, prior to the merger with Crown Castle REIT Inc., resulting in the Company.
Predecessor Company means any corporation or other entity (other than Sara Lee Corporation), the stock, assets or business of which was acquired by an Employer or another Controlled Group Member prior to the Effective Date, or is acquired by an Employer or another Controlled Group Member on or after the Effective Date, whether by merger, consolidation, purchase of assets or otherwise, and any predecessor thereto designated by the Plan or by the Committee.

Examples of Predecessor Company in a sentence

Sales Tax Liability of Predecessor Company The Taxpayer indicated that prior to January 5, 1998, the business was owned and operated by Robert and Barbara D (“D’s”).

The term, "Predecessor Company" refers to the Company for periods prior to and including May 19, 2005, and the term "Reorganized Company" refers to the Company for periods on and subsequent to May 20, 2005.

Fiscal Year 2012 Fiscal Year 2011 Consolidated Successor Company For the Period fromFor the Year EndedDecember 23, 2010 toSeptember 28, 2012September 30, 2011($ in millions) Net sales$ 1,687$ 1,258Operating income Combined Predecessor Company Net Sales Net sales increased $12 million for the three months ended September 28, 2012, to $461 million from $449 million for the three months ended September 30, 2011.

Due to the adoption of fresh-start reporting, the Predecessor Company and the Reorganized Company financial statements are prepared on different bases of accounting.

STATUS106.3 SERVICEService is defined as the length of an employee's continuous employment since his/her Employment Date with Company, a Predecessor Company, any Company or association named in Section 106.2 above, and as provided hereafter in Section 106.4. The continuity of an employee's Service shall be deemed to be broken by termination of employment for any reason or layoffs for lack of work which is in excess of the time provided for in Subsection (a) below.


More Definitions of Predecessor Company

Predecessor Company means an entity or predecessor thereof, prior, in either case, to its becoming a Commonly Controlled Entity, or to its assets being acquired by a Commonly Controlled Entity, as determined by the Company.
Predecessor Company means an entity which no longer exists in its original form, but which has assets that have been acquired, in substantial part, by another person or which has undergone certain internal changes, such as a change in identity, form, or capital structure.
Predecessor Company means Northeast Bancorp and its subsidiary before the closing of the merger with FHB Formation LLC on December 29, 2010.
Predecessor Company means GEEG Holdings, L.L.C.
Predecessor Company means Jazz Air Inc., a corporation incorporated under the laws of Canada and liquidated as of September 30, 2004;
Predecessor Company means any corporation or unincorporated entity heretofore or hereafter merged or consolidated with or otherwise absorbed by an Employing Company or any substantial part of the business of which has been or shall be acquired by an Employing Company.
Predecessor Company means, for periods prior to September 1, 1999, the GTE Government Systems Corporation and any Affiliate as defined by the GTE Government Systems Corporation Pension Plan for Salaried Employees at August 31, 1999.